What Not to Wear on Vacation

Clothing Optional
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This will open your eyes (…or your shirt) if you have a preconceived notion about clothing optional resorts.  What Not to Wear on Vacation is as important as What to Wear.

In a nutshell:  Clothing Optional resorts are quite popular with about an 80% repeat rate.   It’s a preferred mode of vacationing for many and you’ll certainly need a passport as most clothing optional resorts are outside of the U.S.  Since many clothing optional resorts are all-inclusive they also offer an affordable vacation and well, you don’t need to shop for clothes unless you’re planning on participating in theme nights….and even that can be minimal.

So what else is there to know?

  • Some resorts offer a day pass so if you’re staying near a clothing optional resort you can try it out for the day and see if it’s for you.
  • They cater to couples so if you’re thinking of going ‘solo’ it’s best to check it out in advance.
  • There are ‘Nude Rules’ so if you’re in a designated ‘nude’ area you must adhere and by the way, some resorts offer a ‘prude’ area so check the signs!
  • As for when you need to wear clothing….be sure you’re ‘clothed’ for dinner and the gym.
  • Getting married?  Hedonism II offers free nude weddings.  No worries about a wedding dress there.
  • And, remember…Take your towel, leave your phone.

Ahem……sunscreen, anyone?

For a complete list of clothing optional resorts, see this:

The Best All Inclusive Resorts for Topless Sunbathing

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